Department: College of Education, LD and Ruth G Morgridge Endowed Chair, Gabel 155C Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment Job Starts: February 01, 2018 Work Type: Technical
You will have a chance of working on an active research project funded by the NSF in a very exciting field of robotics in education. You will be developing mostly Android apps but also supporting programs for the project including but not limited to backend servers, desktop applications, or hardware firmware.
Getting a Bachelor's in Computer Science or Equivalent (or enough experience to prove yourself)
Android Development: 1 year
Pay Rate: $ hourly based on skills and experience
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Qualifications and Skills
*You have experience in Android
*Strong language skills in Java
*Experience with a second language such as C++ or others such as scripting languages
*Experience with GIT, or other version control source code repositories
*Excellent troubleshooting and debugging skills
*Excellent verbal and written communication skills
*Highly motivated and self-driven, capable of working with little instruction to resolve demanding tasks, as well as work with non-technical teams
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